Many things have been knit and made clean get-aways without being photographed. Here are some of the ones whose images I managed to capture.
The yarn is Schaefer Marjaana in the Bette Davis color. 50/50 wool/silk. The pattern is This is Spinal Wrap from Ravelry.
Fingerless Mitts for Mitts of STEAL group on Ravelry. It's a group who knits fingerless gloves for people undergoing kidney dialysis. STEAL is some kind of syndrome that makes their hands cold during the process. You can read more about it by following the link. My dad was on dialysis for the last 2 or 3 years of his life. I need to a) mail these off to the group or 2) find a dialysis center in Milwaukee where they can be put to good use.
No pattern. The yarn is some of my stash of 6-ply Regia crazy colors.
These mittens are out of yarn spun by Sue and dyed by us in a class we took at Wisconsin Sheep and Wool a few years ago. It was called Hot Rainbow Dye. This "colorway" came about after we were done with the rainbow part and were just putzing around. No pattern. 100% merino.
It's just a coinkydinky that the next socks are also out of yarn handspun by Sue. She obtained the roving from one of the new campers who came to knitting camp this past summer from Goldiemom, aka Leanne, of Handspun Treasures on Etsy.
The pattern is Spring Forward from Knitty and the yarn is Koigu.
No pattern (obviously, but let's call them Shoveling Mittens) Some really big super bulky yarn. Wool. Brand unknown.